data for search - particular content of a site would be accessible only after certain amount of time spent on a website or requiring special behaviour of user.
2 Web memory / archive
There is a handful of eﬀorts to keep track of data being lost by continuous web contentupdates, including archive.org, wiki versioning system, Google Cache, or Google Wave’stimeline. However there is no system solution for web archiving, not even talking aboutW3C standard. And currently massively popular sites like Facebook or Twitter make it veryhard for the user to access the past data.Memento Project proposes the technical framework which would enable surﬁng the web in astate it was in any chosen time
. The idea here is to add time element to HTTP protocol,so that user can access the archived content via original URL rather than search one by onein a number of discrete archives. The initiative started in November 2009 and so far didn’tpublish any formal technical speciﬁcations of its framework.
3 Web as a patched instrument
3.1 Dynamic web
Design concept of the Web has changed by the introduction of PHP and SQL database.Idea of a network of interlinked static HTML pages edited oﬄine and uploaded via FTP,was updated to a dynamic Web: a network of database-driven PHP page templates editedonline. Textual and visual content got separated from the page structure and began tobe stored separately, though still on the same server (or spread across distributed servers).Simultaneously, design structure was separated from HTML structure via CSS (eg. CMSdesign templates).
3.2 Syndicated web
XML-based RSS format was meant to keep track of the blogs and other frequently updatedsites in “email” fashion, eg. without a need to visit original site. XML translates the pagecontent into structure easily readable by software clients, including websites.Today, content aggregation is an ubiquitous phenomenon as seen in embedding the feedsfrom blogs and web 2.0 massive-user centers (Twitter, Facebook, Flickr) on websites (eg.